Think I’m finally about finished with this Kendrick painting. Feels great to finally to get new work completed, after my slight “hiatus” lol. “Kung fu Kenny” (oil on wood panel)🎨🎨 🚀DM if interested in prints.🚀
@__shirlssss ran to the #ATM and came back to collect one original and three #archival#prints . She's a college student, but didn't mind spending money on my art, as it inspired her to pursue her own artistic passion. Look for her at my monthly group exhibitions @daddygreenspizzabk
#peace to this beautiful #queen @kreeations_bykree for collecting two of my limited #archival prints. I was surprised to discover that she's been following me and loves seeing my art. Follow me or visit my online shop for more #dope#artwork . #or1el
One of my favorite moments from @afropunk Atlanta was crossing paths with @ubidoo. We were walking in opposite directions, caught a glimpse of each other and both stopped to snap a quick shot with very few words exchanged. True #ShootTheShooter moment. Ubong is a Nigerian born photographer based in Atlanta who shot the festival entirely on a @minolta.film camera and ended up creating some beautiful images... Some of my favorite from the festival. Make sure you show him some love! 📸🖤🇳🇬 #WETHEPEOPLE#afropunkatl#afropunk#afropunk2017
Haven’t Painted In Like 3/4 Months. Hit A Lowkey Rough Patch In Life Over That Time Frame. Didn’t Really Know What Was Going On & Found Myself Sort Of Questioning Things. With The Lack Of Inspiration & Etc I Was Just Going With The Flow Of Life. Safe To Say I’m Back & The Inspiration Is Flowing Again Thanks To A Photo Is Seen Shot By An Incredibly Dope Photographer @shotbysed With A Little Of My Own Twist. Keep Inspiring, Hope You Don’t Mind.
“New York forced me into the person I knew I was going to be. I’m trying to live in New York and I’m trying to be a designer, but I have to work 40 hours a week and still try to have fun. The compromise is good.” Read our interview with Edvin Thompson of @theophilio— online now ⛹🏾
"Standing behind him, Michaelis saw with a shock that he was looking at the eyes of Doctor T. J. Eckleburg, which had just emerged, pale and enormous, from the dissolving night. “God sees everything,” repeated Wilson." The Great Gatsby.